Registration for Coverings’ 25th exposition is now open

We are excited to announce that online registration for Coverings 2014 opens today. The show is returning to Las Vegas this year in its 25th year and will run from April 29-May 2, 2014 in the South Halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. We are anticipating a group of more than 900 exhibitors representing more than 35 countries in addition to a robust program of CEU accredited seminars, demonstrations and networking opportunities, all at no cost.

Early registration will give you considerable benefits, including advance notice and access to conference events and sessions, contests and promotions. You will also be able take advantage of discount travel and hotel packages arranged by Coverings through a large variety of hotel partners including: Bally’s Casino Resort, Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Convention Center, Flamingo Hotel, Harrah’s Hotel Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hotel (LVH), Las Vegas Marriott Hotel Convention Center, Paris Las Vegas, Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel, Residence Inn by Marriott Convention Center and Springhill Suites Convention Center.

You can reserve your hotel rooms and register for Coverings through the Coverings registration site,

“As we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Coverings, we’re exceptionally proud to be the only show that can offer the breadth and depth of tile and stone exhibitors from around the globe, coupled with a truly significant educational offering for every segment of the tile and stone industry,” said Karin Fendrich, Coverings show director. “What’s more, we pride ourselves on holding an event that is at no cost to our attendees. Coverings provides a wealth of information and the business-building resources companies need to be successful when it comes to the tile and stone industry. It’s a truly amazing value that all architects, designers, tile and stone retailers and showrooms, wholesalers, installers and contractors, and builders and developers, have continued to take advantage of for the past 25 years.”